Georgia football sees defense force three turnovers
Georgia football loves to take the ball away from opponents, and Saturday will be no different as this defense will earn at least three turnovers on the day.
This season, there have only been three games where Georgia didn’t force a turnover: Arkansas, Kentucky, and Missouri. This defense has made good use of those savage turnover pads as dust wouldn’t have been able to settle.
Georgia Tech has thrown nine picks and has lost four fumbles, so the Dawgs need to hit hard and pay attention to Tech quarterback Jeff Sims because he usually tells you where he’s going, which will allow Kelee Ringo or Lewis Cine to pick it off with ease.
Turnovers create momentum, and Georgia will look to take all that momentum early on and ruin the Yellow Jackets’ day. This defense could even see itself scoring if they play tight enough. However, it’ll probably be the backups who get most of the time on the field, as Georgia will likely have this one put away by halftime.
Regardless of who is playing the game, they need to create havoc, force turnovers, and make Tech quit.
Tomorrow marks a big day for Georgia football as it’ll be the last regular-season hump to get over before making a run for it all. The Dawgs have stayed the course all year regardless of adversity, and it doesn’t stop this week.
Georgia will destroy Georgia Tech 63-0 and leave Atlanta confident for the following week.